The Order of the Crows Logo. Two crows and a spear by Morpheus Ravenna




We are a polytheistic priesthood dedicated to The Morrígan.

We believe that everyone deserves to be accepted without exception, and we are committed to providing sanctuary and safe space to anyone who may need it. We have dedicated ourselves to guarding and protecting the sovereignty of all people, and to providing healing, solace, inspiration, and education to our community.

If you have any questions related to The Morrígan, or would like more information on our organization, please contact us at

Our Upcoming Events

We have big plans for the future!  Stay up to date with The Order's upcoming events, and learn how you can get involved. 


The Crow's Cave: August 31st Meeting 

Join us for this monthly gathering to study the myth, history, and lore of the Morrigan. Our focus for this group will be to learn how to combine the knowledge of historical context with our own personal experience of the Morrigan. This month we will begin our study with the Book of the Great Queen by Morpheus Ravenna. We are going to begin our study in Part II of the book, learning how to create devotional practice to honor Her in our lives today. The chapter we will be reading is Chapter 16: Battle Cultus.



News & Opportunities!


A Hosting at the Morrígan's Hearth

August 16-18, 2019

Mendocino Woodlands Camp, Mendocino, CA

Hosted by: Coru Cathubodua Priesthood - A Polytheist Priesthood of the Morrigan


Tickets are on a $150-200 sliding scale (Tent cabins or camping)

Tent cabins are on wooden platforms with small wooden stairs for entry, covered by canvas over wooden frames. Each cabin has 4 simple camp beds. We will give preference to special needs guests when allocating cabin spaces. There is also plenty of space for tent-camping if you prefer to bring your own tent.

Scholarship application here.

Kids: Children under 12 free. Ages 12 and above at same price as adults.

Meal Plan:  $80 (Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast/lunch/dinner, Sunday breakfast/lunch)

Catering provided by Pipin’ Hot Smokers BBQ.

Dietary restrictions and food allergies will be accommodated for as much as possible provided we have advance notice.

Deadline to register for the Meal Plan: July 1st


You may bring your own food for self-catering instead of the meal plan. Kitchen use and refrigerator space will NOT be available for self-catering – you will need your own ice chest and food preparation. NO cooking fires will be allowed but you may use a camp stove in the dining area.

This event is conducted in alignment with the Coru hospitality and safety policy:

Accessibility Info:

Wheelchair accessibility at the site is poor due to hilly paths, and stairs on restrooms/cabins. Licensed service animals allowed only. For more details, see the FAQ and this folder of site photos & navigation videos.

Questions? See our FAQ here or contact us with questions at



Austin Pagan Pride Day

November 16, 2019

10Am - 4pm CST

Hosted by: Austin Pagan Pride and The VORTEX

We foster pride in pagan identity in Central Texas by hosting a religious acceptance event and inviting the pagans and non-pagans in the city to be our guests while learning about paganism and dispelling any myths and cultural misconceptions about who we are. We make ourselves accessible for questions and understanding. It will be our pleasure to meet you, come join us!

$5 suggested cash donation for the Central Texas Food Bank.

Location: The Vortex
Nov 16th 2019 10am // 4pm
Family Friendly! All Are Welcome!

For more event details, please click here.



Celtic Sorcery Intensive Weekend

OctOber 11th – Oct 13th, 2019

Hosted by: Land Sea Sky Travel and Morpheus Ravenna - Banshee Arts

If you are interested in attending please read all of the following links to learn about our weekend.

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The Celtic cultures of Ireland, Britain, and Gaul provide us with rich and ancient wells of magical lore: blessing and purification rites; protective charms and spells; fate-binding and fordestination; dire curses and battle sorceries. These many forms draw on the traditions of poetic incantation and the power of the Otherworld. This weekend intensive draws on folk tradition, archaeological study, early literature, and extensive personal experience, to explore these traditions of magic and sorcery in depth, while seeking insight through them into Celtic worldviews and cosmologies.

On day one, we will begin with an overview of the Celtic cultures to ground us in the magical and cosmological systems that provide structure for our work. We will lay the groundwork for safe magical practice with a session devoted to spiritual cleanliness and magical protection. We’ll learn to practice saining, smoke cleansing, and other methods of blessing and purification, and the fundamentals of warding and protecting both ourselves and our spaces. The day’s work will provide us with a charged warding tool we can begin using for protection as we delve into further sorceries in the next sessions.

On day two , we’ll deepen into the work with a session examining the ethics of magic. We’ll enter into one of the most ancient traditions in the Celtic world, the practice of chanted sorceries, with a session focusing on the use of poetry, chant, song, and trance in magic, with demonstrations in Gaulish and Old Irish. We will go on to explore how spirit work and spirit alliances can enliven and empower our work. We’ll cover the lore of druids calling forth Otherworldly spirits, the land and rivers to their aid, to tales of phantom armies and enspirited weapons. This will give us the tools to begin entering into spirit alliances ourselves and learn how to enshrine a spirit into an object to aid us in magical work.

On our final day , we will study the use of magical scripts and languages, including the use of Ogam sorcery in both tradition and lived practice. With a solid grounding now in the tools and ethics of the work, we’ll turn our attention to oaths, binding and cursing. We’ll cover the geis or ritual taboo and its connections to practices of fate-binding and oath magic, progressing into binding curses, wounding spells, curse tablets, and other forms of cursing. As part of this study, we will examine the history of cursing as a method of magical redress against oppression and injustice, and its use in justice work and activism. The session will culminate with a demonstration or group working for hands-on experience crafting a spell or curse tablet.

As a special add-on to this conference we will be bringing in local Witch and Author Sara Amis of A Word to the Witch to teach us how Celtic Sorcery informed the history of Southern American Magic & Charms.

For more information about this event, please click here.